If a retiree moves to another country can they still receive US SS benefits?
If a person has retired and wants to move to another country, can they receive their social security benefits from the US?
It is possible but it all depends on where you are going, what you are receiving, probably what you are receiving and more.
Yes, in some cases. The SSA has a publication about this:
If you are a US citizen and retain your citizenship, your payments continue for six months, at which point, you must return to the US to retain your benefits. (This is also true for some visas.)
If you become a citizen of a country with whom the US has a benefit agreement, your payments will continue. If your new citizenship is in a country with whom the US does not have an agreement, your payments stop.
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